AW: [Mapbender-users] WFS apps

"Weißmann, Markus" Markus.Weissmann at
Thu Apr 26 03:11:22 EDT 2007

Yes, you are right. Mapbender support Transactional Web Feature Server
(WFS-T). Here an example, which you can use to draw what you like:



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[mailto:mapbender_users-bounces at] Im Auftrag von Malm Paul
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 25. April 2007 16:24
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Betreff: [Mapbender-users] WFS apps

I'm searcing for free javascript based web client side apps that handles WFS
data in both directions from geoserver.
I would like to have a homepage on the Internet were I have installed
Geoserver and PostGis.

When my visitors enters this homepage they should be able to view mapdata
from different sources and from my Geoserver/PostGIS. It should be possible
for them to insert new or update Lines/Points/Polygons in my WFS layers
(PostGIS database) without installing any applications. 

I want it to work as a simple OpenJump, uDig, QGIS desktop GIS, but it
should not be a desktop appl.

Is there a webclient out there who can do this? Is it Mapbender?
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